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... pictures. David makes friends with a man from Burkino Faso and somehow arranges a private tour with an English speaking guide starting in about 10 minutes!! I don't know how he did it or what it cost but I am so grateful.
Our guide Alberto arrives and explains what we are seeing standing in the Square and then (surprisingly) we hop on a private bus and drive to the entrance of the Vatican Museum. How anyone would find it without a guide I have ...
... go into this really awesome restaurant for lunch. There was a guy standing outside and he saw us looking at the place next door and called over about how much better his food was... How could we resist!? And don't worry, it was the best seafood risotto I could have ever asked for. Yesterday was a pretty big day for us. We went to the Colosseum!! Now that is quite the arena. I don't feel super great about the activities that went on there... But it is definitely an impressive ...
... br> After our trip to the catacombs we came back to campus. We were able to have the afternoon to ourselves to relax, take naps, do homework, play sports, etc. The past two days have been incredible, and I am very excited for this upcoming week. I will post pictures on my past Roman blogs as soon as I can visit a cafe that wont limit my internet usage, so keep an eye out for that! I have some great pictures of the campus, St. Peter's, etc. I love you all and miss you! Good night
... thousands of people milling around the Colosseum. We walked and walked and walked ...
Deciding it was time to go to the next monument, we waited patiently in a disorganised queue – two buses turned up, one after the other – pandemonium broke out – it was every Roman for himself – pushing, shoving, trying to get in first – bloody awful and a bit scary!
We managed to get ...
... of the walking and I thought I could manage it. No problem! There are several levels so there are opportunities to rest—ha! The first level is where the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the carving of Italian military are located. There are always 2 guards standing at attention; they changed guards shortly after I got there at 10 AM. Later when I left, the guards on duty were wearing rain ponchos! The next set of stairs leads to another large patio area and up a few ...
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